Ekster Launches the First Voice-activated Smart Wallet
The trackable RFID-blocking wallet provides the fastest card access and is solar-charged
After raising over $1,000,000 in their previous crowd-funding campaign, Ekster the smart wallet brand, has launched their third-generation product line.
This time they have engineered both the slimmest- and the first voice-activated smart wallet. Owners can now ring their wallet, find it on a map or even make use of the widespread community to help locate their missing belongings.
Ekster's patented solar-powered tracking solution, provides a serious charge. A fully charged wallet can last up to two months. Ekster's products are now compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. You can now locate your wallet or phone using your smart speaker or on your phone using either of the two apps. Your assistant can make your wallet ring, or it can tell you where it was last seen on a map.
"This is the first solar-charged smart wallet on the market, which means you won't ever have to charge or replace your tracker batteries" said Richard Canneman, Co-founder. Their patented solar-charging solution does not require direct sunlight to charge and only requires three hours of charge time to last two months with full worldwide tracking functionality.
The new smart wallets hold at least 12 cards but users can have instant access up to six cards with the click of a button using the card access mechanism. For security, Ekster wallets block out all signals with its aluminum cardholder, keeping users fully protected against any data theft from RFID or NFC hijackers.
Pricing and Availability
The Ekster smart wallets are now available for pre-order on Kickstarter. Ekster has added a new product to the line and has released three new colours. Early-bird pricing starts from $29 at 60% off in a range of models and colours: The Parliament Wallet, Senate Cardholder and the Secretary Cardholder.